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Behavioral ambiguity merits linguistic enigmas - and felines have both in spades. The meaning of a meow can be many things, and the Cat with a K has mastered such multifaceted expressiveness. Listen carefully, and you may hear the desires and dreams of those around you. Featuring trumpet, piccolo, backing singers and horns, drum kit, and electric guitar, bass, and keys.
Topics: trumpet, electric guitar, keys
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Look ahead, see behind, and reverse, in your mind. Feeling and folly are what you will find. Prospective perspective perceives and portends, seeing things beyond what might be the end. Whither is wisdom, and what works will last? Look to the future, remember the past. Featuring clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation
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With dagger-tipped tongue, the furtive feline ensures no smell will betray his clandestine endeavor. In moments of danger, cleanliness is all the more critical. Jump, pounce, slink, crouch - and time for a lick. Featuring alto sax, double bass, piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, sax
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Layered journeys, aided by balanced arrangements, guide us to a configuration of symbolic focus. Featuring Persian Santoor from Xtant Audio, accompanied by piano, drum kit, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, world, eastern
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Land of Bits and Numbers, Coder of the Free, How shall we compile thee, who are born of thee? Wider still and wider shall thy RAM be set; Charge, who made thee compute, make thee faster yet, Charge, who made thee compute, make thee faster yet. Theme from Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1, the Trio section entitled "Land of Hope and Glory." Featuring a stately procession of snippy clippy drums and other blippy and synthesized sounds.
Topics: electronic, classical, public domain
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It is a period of syncopated beats. Funky music, striking from the fingers of untold musicians, has won a great victory for music listeners everywhere. During the track, a trumpet will play a solo accompanied by keys, bass, and drums. Pursued by the downbeat, the trumpet is custodian of the funk that, well, it probably won't save the galaxy but hopefully you enjoy it anyway.
Topics: jazz, funk, improvisation, fusion
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Delivering gifts to everybody in the world in one night - it's a little crazy. How can one get everywhere that fast? It takes more than a sled - it takes a locomotive. Moving with nutty speed and determination, the gift-giving train will not stop until all the good children have received their reward. Featuring choir, bells, upright bass, and woodwinds, all from Spitfire Audio LABS and BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Topics: holiday, orchestral, choral
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Frogs poison, frogs cure, frogs party - and they are sure to bring cake. Celebrating the release of Happy Birthday into the public domain, this gypsy jazz style track features acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, acoustic
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What one supposes supposedly supports surrumptory insights. Yet, an assertion of relative lack of an already supposed situation sheds a shine of absence on a subject. That is to say - sometimes something is less of what it never was. Scary stuff. Featuring unaccompanied clarinet with creative reverb.
Topics: improvisation, solo, clarinet
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New Year’s Resolutions: (1) Exercise and so forth, (2) V6/4-V-I, (3) Forget about the above and enjoy this 5/4 swing clarinet rendition of Auld Lang Syne. The clarinet is accompanied by a jazz quartet (piano, drums, upright bass, and vibraphone), with a fireworks celebration at the end.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, holiday
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When the tension of phonetic ambiguity weighs on you, you must take a step back. You deserve a fresh breath, and a moment to rest. You need Calm with a K - featuring electric keys, strings, winds, soprano sax, trumpet, synthesizer, and drum machine.
Topics: experimental, fusion, peaceful
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Can a storm be stolen? With adequate stealth, strength and stamina - perhaps. A stoic storm-breaker, sans suncatcher, staying stably centered in the eye, saying spells presaging superstitious sorcery. A squall! Such sundries shall beseech a stolen storm. Featuring orchestral woodwinds, brass, strings, synth, female voice, drums, piano, and cimbalom.
Topics: epic, orchestral, electronic
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When you venture out, beware! Conventional concerns include lions, tigers, and bears, but more exotic risks lurk in unknown lands. Hic sunt dracones - here be dragons - and their wobbly wily ways. Featuring orchestral strings, brass, low woodwinds, piano, harp, drums, synthesizers, vocals, and effects.
Topics: orchestral, epic, fusion
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Sitting around. Sighing for no reason, and every reason. General Ennui is not affected by the usual effects. Desultory joy heightens epithetic doldrums. But General Ennui does not merely suffer from nominative determinism - considering the cosmos, ennui is a state through which all passes. General Ennui is, because ennui is general. Featuring orchestral strings and brass, synth leads and plucks, percussion, guitar, laughter, and effects.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, dark
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Not all journeys proceed in a clear fashion - some are towards a less-seen path. Come along on an expedition into the inevitable unknown, and remember that it is always darkest before the light. Featuring full orchestra (brass, strings, woodwinds, drums, gong, harp) and solo soprano vocalist.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, scary, fantasy
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Duel of the Flutes (with apologies to Mr. Williams) is an improvisational battle between two FM-synthesized flutes, accompanied by other sounds also built via synthesis. Specifically, all sounds were created using the open source software Oxe, making this track "free" in yet another way.
Topics: jazz, synthesis, improvisation
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Rain is the lifeblood of many ecosystems - dripping and pulsing through, spreading nutrients and life. While it may seem an uncomfortable inconvenience, we would do well to appreciate the value of this natural service. This short abstract soundscape features a variety of sampled and synthesized sounds, including rain, thunder, and a heartbeat bass.
Topics: ambient, atmospheric, synthesizer, electronic, soundscape
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Spontaneous musing, when adequately balanced, can provide a compelling mixture of structure and innovation. This fully improvised one-take track features a funky clavinet sound generated by the free OB-Xd synthesizer, an emulation of the famous Oberheim OB-X.
Topics: jazz, electronic, improvisation, unaccompanied
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Blues are better with friends - voices joining together, commiseratively celebrating sundry circumstances. The late great mastodon may seem an odd emblem of social interaction, but its prehistoric ways have a lot to teach us. Featuring an amiable collection of instruments - clarinet, upright bass, piano, mallet-played drum kit, and flugelhorn.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, blues
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Many people go many places in their life. Some go for obligations, others for pleasure, and others for a mix of the two. But wherever they go, a return to home is a welcome thing - especially when it is to be with those you are closest too. This original jazz waltz features a quartet of clarinet, piano, brushed drums, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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Knock knock! Who's there? Nobody, this is the doorknob - I'm sapient now! No key today, please - I already brushed my teeth. Make a deal with me and I'll advise you on all matters door-related.  Featuring piano, low woodwinds, music box, synthesizer, drums, strings, female voice, and electric guitar and bass.
Topics: experimental, dark, atmospheric
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Cosmic origin - poetic, mysterious... and violent. Their force is not emotional or personal - stars care not for you or I. But force they have nonetheless, destroying and creating in the same act. Featuring flute, orchestra, synthesizers, plucked strings, solo female voice, and an appropriately destructive bass.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, fusion, flute
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Sleep. Wake up. Eat. Work. Eat. Play. Sleep. Wake up. Eat. Work. Eat. Play. Sleep. Wake up. Eat. Work. Eat. Play. Sleep. Wake up. Eat. Work. Eat. Play. And it's Thursday. This chill and lo-fi music features a variety of authentic Roland synths and samples, piano, electric piano, and vinyl effects.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, chill
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Not all discoveries lead to the expected - and not all changes are as they appear. What hath science wrought? And which is the greater beast? Behold: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Integrating. Interrogating. Intermodulating. Interchanging. Meditating. Mediating. Mitigating. Mutating. Inferring. Interring. Intervening. Interleaving. Intediating. Featuring piano.
Topics: piano, improvisation, unaccompanied
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Up, down, left, right, back, forth - swiftly journeying, occasionally askew. A pattern emerges from the apparent noise - a system is at work. From where does it go and what does it seek? To find out, you must follow the dot. Featuring jazz trio of piano, upright bass, and brushed drum kit.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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e2-e4, e7-e5. Qh5, Nc6. Bc4, Nf6?? Qxf7#. 1-0. In chess and in life, much can happen in a single move. Featuring synthesizer, piano, voice, orchestra, drums, drum machine, and effects.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, experimental
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Sprung from earth itself, and always clinging to it - autochthons are perhaps the truest rock fans of all time. In fact, given the overwhelmingly ferrous composition of the planet, they are indeed archetypes of heavy metal. Natural aggression thus is to be expected from the autochthonous of the world. What is the cost of this supposed purity? Featuring electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, distortion, hard, metal, aggressive, greek
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The etymology of "computer bug" is actual physical insects getting into and causing issues in enormous vacuum tube computers. Modern technology is crazily more complex, and thus deserves more complicated problems - monkeys in the machine. These chip monkeys cause issues beyond comprehension, yet ultimately reflect our own absurdity in how we use our toys. Featuring a variety of appropriately chippy 8-bit sounds.
Topics: jazz, blues, 8-bit, crunch, improvisation, solo, walking bass, synthesizer
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Nibbling around the edges. Finding oddities, oddly lingering. Structured noodling, with modal continuity - the end result is downright doodly. This contrafact of John Coltrane's "Lonnie's Lament" features clarinet accompanied by a jazz quartet of upright bass, piano, drums, and electric guitar.
Topics: jazz, clarinet, improvisation
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Thank you for contacting us. Your time is important, and we want to be sure you get the best possible assistance. We are currently busy helping other listeners. All requests will be answered in the order received. We hope this pleasing ambience of piano, guitar, drums, synthesizer, strings, flute, clarinet, and trumpet will set your mind at ease. Please - hold.
Topics: atmospheric, fusion, arpeggiation
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Honk honk honk honk honk honk honk, honk honk honk. Honk honk - honk honk honk honk honk? Honk honk honk honk (honk honk) honk honk honk honk honk honk! Featuring piano, synthesizer, electric guitar, drum machine, extended violin techniques, bathtub impacts, vox, geese, and effects. Cover image using transfer learning with ImageNet and "The Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh.
Topics: experimental, electronic, atmospheric
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Helter skelter, muddy buddy. Up up down down. Mussy fussy, fuddy duddy. Left right left right. Be a Jitter Critter, moving in unpredictable ways, obfuscating analysis and embracing individuality. Featuring Samples From Mars Kawaii Dreams and 727.
Topics: synthesizer, easy, electronic
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There's something a bit out of place - an unexpected combination, an unusual mish-mash. Unexpected yet anachronistically pleasing, aerial heavy levity allows suspension of both metal and disbelief. Featuring assorted synthesizers, electric guitar and bass, drum kit, Wurlitzer electric piano, and strings.
Topics: surreal, jazz, fusion, rock
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Sometimes we start a thing, and end a thing, on a whim. Improvisational musings may not be bedrock, but they can be bookends - or, perhaps, slices of bread. In between, our more conventional creations can venture and grow, giving us an imagination sandwich. Featuring a spaced out piano, strings, trombones, solo violin, trumpet, clarinet, djembe, and crash cymbals.
Topics: experimental, orchestral, effects
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If you're going out in a blaze of glory, Chariots on Fire is one way to get there. Driven by inflammation and galvanized by heat, you can be sure these steeds will swiftly carry you towards whatever may be ahead. Featuring SampleScience Pianotone 600, piano, drums, and orchestral strings, brass, and woodwinds.
Topics: synthesizer, soundtrack, orchestral
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Let me bring you up, on why you're coming from Blueberry Fields. It's all real - and potentially very concerning. It'll only last awhile.
Topics: rock, surf, atmospheric, dissonant, electric guitar, toms, organ, loops, layers
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The Funk has returned to its home planet in an attempt to rescue the beat from the clutches of the square conductor Arturo the Quick. Little do they know that Lord Harpsichord has secretly begun construction of a new mechanized instrument even more powerful than the first dreaded metronomes. When completed, this ultimate contraption will spell certain quantization for the small band of musicians struggling to restore funky freshness to the galaxy... Featuring flute, electric bass, jazz guitar,...
Topics: funk, jazz, improvisation
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How does one charm a serpent? Slither hither and discover. Jazzy chromaticism coupled with a hyponotic melody may just do the trick. Featuring effected duduk (Kazbek Winds by Libre Wave), piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: contrafact, improvisation, jazz
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Every foot is unique, and accordingly so is every shoe. Some shoes are for lounging, others for hiking, others for dancing - and some shoes are just plain old outgoing. Featuring a salsa band of trumpet, trombone, saxophone, percussion, piano, bass, marimba, and backing singers.
Topics: acoustic, world, salsa
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The facile is not necessarily fearless - and the difficult not always dire. When something is unexpectedly easy, there is often concern, but this time - there is panic. Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation, acoustic
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Picture a pitcher - clear as glass. Inside the pitcher is only gas. That is clear too, with minimal mass. This is the picture - this too shall pass. This neoclassical homage to Philip Glass features piano, orchestral strings and woodwinds, female choir, organ, timpani, and tubular bells.
Topics: orchestral, atmospheric, neoclassical
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May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sunshine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. And may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
Topics: choir, vocal, chorale, public domain
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This track reimagines Sergei Rachmaninoff's moving chorale, Bogoroditse Devo, using the signature sound of the Mellotron. It is in homage to Isao Tomita, one of the first to take classical music and recreate it with electronic technology.
Topics: vocal, electronic, classical
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Repeat repeat, rep, eat. Distract, discover, diss, cover. Hambugler; Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: improvisation, jazz, acoustic
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The Phantom of the Night Club, yeah yeah yeah. He'll play right through the hubbub, yeah yeah yeah. A spiritual presence, yeah yeah yeah. It's bioluminescent, yeah yeah yeah. Featuring upright bass, drums, piano, bass trombone, saxophones, trumpet, and of course - an organ.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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A drink, with a surprise. A soirée, with unexpected attendees. And the morning after, a peaceful confusion - coffee, with milk and dog. Featuring assorted Brazilian percussion (cuica, pandeiru), a cocktail drum kit, an upright bass, a nylon guitar, and a clarinet.
Topics: jazz, bossa, brazil, clarinet, coffee, dog, improvisation, improv, nylon guitar, samba, solo
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To blob, or not to blob - in many cases, "to" is convenient. You likely produce many blobs in your digital wanderings, records of buttons clicked and images snapped. Where are these semi-structured electronic byproducts preserved? In an abstract blob store, of course - and while abstract has more to do with flexibility than postmodernism, we can indulge in its imagery nonetheless. Featuring synthesizer, drum beats, plucks, and strange clicks in the background that probably belong in a...
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, upbeat
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Passing through, sounds askew. Take your cue, there's much to do. We cut to something brand-new. A Wind Blue. This minor blues waltz features tenor saxophone, upright bass, piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Time is the great unknown, but one thing is certain - accumulation. The precise form and nature may be unexpected, but the direction - and consequence - is inexorable. Featuring orchestra including choir, strings, brass, and an epic rock band of electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: orchestral, epic, rock
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Frogs hop, skip, jump - and occasionally, poison. Beware this insidious twist, and enjoy this circuitous track.
Topics: synthesis, improvisation
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As the existential ethos of humanity becomes trapped behind 5 inch pieces of glass, a new threat emerges - failing to connect despite omnipresent technological incitement. What is the proper response in a situation that inherently lacks response? Where else can the ego find solace when the possibility of external validation is curtailed? Featuring a variety of clicky, thumpy, and brassy sounds created by the phase distortion synthesizer Digits 2.
Topics: electronic, scary, atmospheric, improvisation
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My salad days, / When I was green in judgment, cold in blood, / To say as I said then.
Topics: clarinet, jazz, dixie, improvisation
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Beaming out into the cosmos, traveling as fast as can be. Losing focus, but not power or intensity. Scattered signals, reaching far and wide. It may not be heard, but it will nonetheless abide. Wholly improvised, featuring the layered sound of pianos, bells, drums, and a variety of synthesized clicky wobbly scratchy patterns.
Topics: improvisation, synthesizer, fusion
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Cosmic noise - electromagnetic signals all around us, broadcast from universal origin and picked up by our receivers, even when intended for more mundane consumption. Visualized, it is nothing - or isomorphic to everything, the stars themselves and all between. Featuring full orchestra of trumpet, horns, strings, woodwinds, percussion (including timpani), organ, and choir.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, epic
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As long as there is fuel, burning sustains. As long as burning sustains, burning spreads. As long as burning spreads, burning suffers. Beware the slow burn. Featuring piano, electric bass, guitars, and drum kit.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, piano
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Over the airwaves, at the speed of light. Through space itself, and nothing else. Shimmer and beats, with plenty of bass. Radiovac. Featuring electric keys, guitar, bass, drum machine, synth, and radio static.
Topics: electronic, bass, synthesizer
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Temperate day, only mildly overcast - on my way to where the air is fresh. Can you tell me how to get to Poppy Road? Featuring harmonica, piano, electric bass, and drums.
Topics: upbeat, harmonica, acoustic, piano, theme, children, drum kit, electric bass
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Being a cat is not easy. You often find yourself on the wrong side of a door, or on the outside of an interesting box. Humans pet you with smelly hands, necessitating further grooming. You receive shrimp when what you really wanted was tuna. Being a cat is easy. You receive treats in tribute to your general awesomeness. Humans assist in your hunting and grooming exercises. Boxes and doors provide stimulating and rewarding puzzles and experiences. Being a cat requires harmony - good thing...
Topics: rock, organ, electric guitar
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Some music is for listening, and some is for moving. The salsero glides for the guaracha, and moves for the mambo. May the music spark you to move as well. Featuring voice, piano, baby bass, tenor sax, trombone, trumpet, and lots of percussion.
Topics: salsa, world, acoustic
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We are told it is not the destination, but the journey that is of import. Is this truism truly true? Perhaps, as with most things, it depends on the situation. The journey and the destination may have much in common, but the distinction can be equally important. Featuring slow synthesizers that will make you wonder if you're there yet.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, atmospheric
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The end of a day can be many things - it can be tired, satisfied, disappointed, or yearning. Whether bittersweet or sweetly set, it is a moment of reflection and repose as we allow events to pass with the literal progression of time. This contrafact John Coltrane's "Naima" features flute, tenor saxophone, upright bass, drums, electric guitar, piano, and backing horns.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Music has always had repetition. Music has always had repetition. But now it is more programmatic than ever. But now it is more programmatic than ever. Yet it can still have unexpected twists. Yet it can still have unexpected twists. Featuring guitar, guitar, bass, bass, drums, drums, and effects effects.
Topics: loop, loops, rock, electric, amplified, repetition
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Blind mice are not the only things that come in three - music has often exhorted us to sing repeatedly, and this track continues that tradition. Featuring a jazz big band (sax, trumpet, trombone, upright bass, drums, electric guitar, and piano) with solo clarinet and vocals by the virtual singer Alys.
Topics: jazz, big band, vocal
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Follow the bunny down the rabbit hole - find out how deep and how far it goes. Whatever you find, don't take the bait - this bunny may binge, but it never runs late. Featuring rabbity synthesizers and mangled drums.
Topics: dark, electronic, synthesizer
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Lurking in the distance. A drama untold, a mystery unsolved. Unresolved, yet still it unfolds. Featuring full orchestra, with dark strings and heroic brass.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, dark
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The truth is out there - but is it essential? And is external hope a quixotic concern, a remote matter? Harmonious incongruities provide fertile inquiry, but dubious outcomes. Featuring electric guitar, cello, dulcimer, pots, whistle, bass clarinet, viola harmonics, shakers, synth pads, percussion, irradiated piano, and household items.
Topics: experimental, dark, peaceful
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In the pasture, the peaceful pasture, the cow moos tonight. To most, a moo is just reverberant noise. But to those who pay attention, there is signal - the cow is calculating. What is the significance of these cowculations? Only a bovine mind can say for sure. Featuring drums, electric bass, various cow-inspired synthesizers, and of course - cowbells!
Topics: synthesizer, drums, cow, cowbells, moo, electric bass, calculation, math, calculus, cymbals, crash
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Mmmmm, donuts... but wait, what is this? The last of its kind! How will we persevere in the face of this most tragic shortage? What substitute can we consume in the name of excessively gooey goodness? Featuring appropriately surreal sounds for such a dramatic eventuality, including weird singing and plucking.
Topics: atmospheric, humor, fantasy, scary
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ERROR: this track ran into a problem and failed to start as expected. A recent instrument or effect change might be the cause. To fix the problem: 1) Insert your original disc and restart, 2) Choose your EQ settings, and then click "next", 3) Click "play this track." If you do not have your original disc, contact your musical artist or their label for assistance. Featuring brass, synthesizers, drums, distorted bass, female voice, and highly affected orchestral strings and...
Topics: boot, computer, fusion
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When something starts out at the bottom, it has only one place to go. It takes a certain craftiness to climb, and even more deviousness to maintain dominance. Next time you consider what is overhead, remember that its current state need not reflect its provenance. Featuring synthesizers, orchestra, choir with solo female voice, and electric guitar.
Topics: orchestral, electronic, epic
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Ever taken something, stretched it til it breaks, and then it doesn't break, like a phone that ran out of gas? Or maybe it does break, but not for you, since you witnessed the whole process, and the sameness abrogates the divergence. Featuring extremely slowed down saxophone and a variety of ambient generated beats and sequences. Sax by @randulo.
Topics: electronic, experimental, atmospheric
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Followed and tracked, wherever they roam. Wielding "smart" phones that aren't truly their own. From their devices, they're inseparable. As a result, they are the Measurables. Featuring synthesizers (including the Korg MS-20), strings, drum machine, snare drum ensemble, hip-hop samples.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, dark
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Social (n): Of or pertaining to society. Network (n): A fabric of threads, cords, or wires crossing each other at certain intervals. Brain (v): To dash out the brains of; to kill by beating out the brains. Hack (n): A notch; a cut. Featuring conventional and modular synthesizers, sub-bass, orchestral brass, flute, SNES-sampled alto sax, electric grand piano, and drum machine.
Topics: dark, surreal, improvisation
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Land, wind, sky - this too shall pass. And along with it, one imagines most kites - but suppose one persists. A lone kite, outlasting existence, and witnessing the fading of all that is. With a little bit of whimsy, our flying friend invites the universe to, for one last time, go fly a kite. This bossa style jazz track features spanish guitar (with chorus effect), piano, drums, and upright bass.
Topics: bossa, improvisation, acoustic